We are extremely proud that Mirror Communications‘ client CoSoSys, a developer of endpoint security, device control and data loss prevention solutions, has been included in this year’s edition of Deloitte’s 2011 Technology FAST 50 top for Central Europe. CoSoSys is now part of a prestigious and very competitive list, where a technology company’s intellectual property and the subsequent revenue growth are evaluated and rewarded.
Deloitte’s FAST 50 not only rewards innovation and major contributions to the technology market. It also shows the world how intellectual property actually generates business growth, as the companies ranked have an impressive year to year revenue growth. The growth rate is not the only factor, there is a minimum revenue required to make the list and the chunk of budget invested in research and development is also important.
While both the CoSoSys team and I are extremely proud of this amazing accomplishment, the company’s inclusion is a well deserved recognition of their role in the endpoint security and data loss prevention field. CoSoSys has over the years launched a few world premiers, including the first ever cloud computing solution for device, data and endpoint security, MyEndpoint Protector, and the first out of the box DLP and endpoint security appliance – the Endpoint Protector Hardware Appliance, a plug and play hardware and software package to protect companies from all threats of the modern business environment. CoSoSys has also been extremely successful ever since their debut in the market back in 2004, reporting significant business growth and profitability every year.
I am sure they will keep on being as successful as before, even more so, and I know for a fact they have new products just waiting to amaze the world of IT security. So keep an eye on them to find out what’s next!
I’d also have to congratulate the other five Romanian companies that made it into the top. The big winner, the company on the first position of the top, being one of them – Vola.ro. Hope Romanian companies just take over the top next year!